Overseas Study Programmes 2014
The Student Affairs Office organized an “Overseas Study Programme” during the summer vacation, to increase students’ academic opportunities and widen their horizons, with 23 students from different faculties engaging in a three-week study programme at Monash University in Australia.
Through a three-week study programme students developed their English proficiency in a business context as well as enriching their knowledge of business skills and behaviour. In addition to having lessons students visited Dairy Innovation Australia Limited and the National Australia Bank to expand their knowledge of differences in business practice between an Australian and international workplace. During the programme students learnt more about the local culture and significance of the city and improved their English language proficiency, negotiation skills and critical thinking.
The participants found the programme very fruitful and thanked MPI for providing this opportunity for them to enjoy such memorable learning experiences, meet friends from around the world and widen their horizons. Many participating students said that they would now like to further their study abroad after graduation.
參加者的感想 (以下文章及相片由參與的同學提供)： Students' comments (all articles and photos are provided by the participating students):
藝術高等學校 School of Arts
Li Hong (Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts)
After a 9 hour flight, I arrived to Melbourne. It was amazing! I lived with a host family from Hungary….…
Liu Feilin (Bachelor of Arts in Music)
Thanks for giving me the chance to go to Australia. It was not only an opportunity to learn English in Business and the culture of Australia…
Ng Sao Lai (Bachelor of Arts in Design)
When I came to Melbourne, everything was good for me. The first impression was a blue sky, fresh air and the feeling of being in a good city!...
管理科學高等學校 School of Business
衛生高等學校 School of Health Sciences
語言暨翻譯高等學校 School of Languages and Translation
公共行政高等學校 School of Public Administration
Chen Yuhan (Bachelor of Science in Computing)
I enjoyed the course a lot as those skills I learned in class were practical. It provided me a great and rare opportunity to have an insight into the business world…
Lei Man Sam (Bachelor of Social Work)
My journey to Melbourne was the quickest three weeks I’ve ever spent, I had so much fun and experienced lots of different things then…